MARCH 11, 2018


Remember to listen to the Christie jukebox for a constantly changing playlist!

Alfonso Cuarón is a renowned movie director who has been named among the 100 most influential people in the world. His movie credits include Children of Men, Pan's Labyrinth, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and his most acclaimed work, Gravity, which won seven Academy Awards. What's his connection with Jeff Christie? Stay tuned!

Remember that Jeff often answers your questions! Read some of his responses here. Send your questions here.

To celebrate the 15th anniversary of his popular radio program All The Beginnings, broadcast on the Israeli radio network G & B, presenter Eli Lapid got together a host of famous locals, singers, composers and musical artists from his country and abroad to record a commemorative album. The first song presented to the public was a version of Yellow River, with lyrics rewritten by acclaimed Israeli performer Danny Sanderson. Jeff himself featured in a publicity spot to wish Eli well with his project.

Zombies drummer Hugh Grundy played on most of the songs on Christie's first album. Read his interview here.

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss .... the website has a new URL, but the content is still the same, packed with archival features, images, videos, reviews and regular updates! Bookmark this site!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JEFF CHRISTIE. Here's a present to all Christie fans: a poster of the classic group from the glory years.

Have a look at some of these historic photos from Christie's tour of Sweden in 1972.

Don't forget to keep checking the Christie jukebox for changing selections every week!

Here's an excerpt from an Italian TV magazine back in 1970, when Jeff, Vic and Paul were touring everywhere in the wake of Yellow River's success.

The Outer Limits' songs keep getting included in various compilation albums, the latest of which is called Night Comes Down, a great collection of songs from the English beat era. Check it out!




Compare Jeff's demo of I'm Alive to the final product.